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ON­GO­ING EVENTS: • Books and Babes Sto­ry­time: Nov. 12 and 19 at 11:15 a.m. Ba­bies up to about 18 months and their care­givers are in­vited for a half-hour of songs, move­ment, and books. Reg­is­tra­tion is not re­quired. Event is free of charge.

• Tales for Tots: Nov. 13 and 20 at 10:15 a.m. and Nov. 14 and 21 at 11:15 a.m. Three and four-year-olds are in­vited with a FDUHJLYHU IRU VWRULHV, VRQJV, fiQger­plays and a craft with Miss Linda and her pup­pet, Lucy. Free event. Reg­is­tra­tion not nec­es­sary.

• Mother Goose Sto­ry­time: Nov. 13 and 20 at 11:15 a.m. and Nov. 14 and 21 at 10:15 a.m. goin “Miss Linda” for about 45 min­utes of sto­ries, songs and rhymes. For chil­dren about 18 to 3S months. Event is free and reg­is­tra­tion is not re­quired.

• Read­ing Romp: Nov. 14 and 21 at 1:30 p.m. Sto­ry­time for chil­dren ages 3-5 years old. Taught by Mrs. Linda Doll, there will be sto­ries, songs and rhymes fol­lowed by a cool craft. Plan about 45 min­utes for sto­ry­time and bring your li­brary card to take li­brary ma­te­ri­als home with you, too. Reg­is­tra­tion is not re­quired for this free ac­tiv­ity.

• Read­ing Round-up: Nov. 11 and 18 at 4:15 p.m. Chil­dren in grades K through 3 and 4-year-olds are in­vited to sign up to spend 45 min­utes read­ing with a teen or pre-teen. Please sign up for each week your child can at­tend. Stu­dents in grades S-12 who would like to be read­ing bud­dies, please con­tact Mrs. Kate DiGi­a­como at kdi­gia­

• Gen­tle Vinyasa: Tues­days in Novem­ber at 3:30 p.m. Gen­tle Vinyasa yoga is a softer, deep yoga prac­tice fo­cus­ing on align­ment of each asana and mind­ful se­quenc­ing of yoga poses. This bal­anced yoga class will in­clude asana Eyoga poses), breath work and guided med­i­ta­tion. This class is for ex­pe­ri­enced yo­gis, be­gin­ners or those in­ter­ested in a gen­tle, mind­ful prac­tice. Par­tic­i­pants should be DEOH WR VLW RQ WKH flRRU DQG VWDQG. Please bring a yoga mat to class. The cost is $5 per class which can be paid the day of the class, or in ad­vance. Please reg­is­ter at www.jeanes­li­ or call S10-828-0441.

• Mahjong Play­ers: Nov. 13 and 20 at 5:30 p.m. Play­ers in the Gray Mat­ter Cor­ner. New play­ers are wel­come. The Pro­gram is free. No reg­is­tra­tion is re­quired.

• Tai Chi for Arthri­tis Level 1: Fri­days in Novem­ber at 11:15 a.m. We in­vite you to join our mostly seated Tai Chi Class on your jour­ney to bet­ter health and well-be­ing. This PRGL­fiHG, VHDWHG, YHUVLRQ RI 7DL Chi for Arthri­tis is safe and easy WR OHDUQ. ,I yRu KDYH GLI­fiFuOWy stand­ing, this Tai Chi prac­tice has been adapted for the seated prac­ti­tioner. Classes are 45 min­utes long, cost $5.

Date­book Notes

The dead­line for Date­book is noon Sun­day two weeks be­fore the de­sired pub­li­ca­tion date. Only dated events lo­cal to this news­pa­per will be listed. In­for­ma­tion should in­clude event, date, time, ap­pli­ca­ble fees and an in­for­ma­tion tele­phone num­ber that may be pub­lished. Send to tcelona@ mont­ No phone calls or faxes please.

Wil­liam Jeanes Me­mo­rial Li­brary

The Wil­liam Jeanes Me­mo­rial Li­brary is open at 4051 goshua Road, Lafayette Hill. Visit www.jeanes­li­brary. org or call S10-828-0441 for in­for­ma­tion and to reg­is­ter for pro­grams. SPE­CIAL EVENTS: • Glimpses of the Civil War for Kids: Nov. 10. Learn about se­cret weapons of the Civil War, life for those at home and more. Our pre­sen­ter, Vic­tor Brooks, has au­thored 11 books, 3 for chil­dren and loves shar­ing with kids. Brooks is a pro­fes­sor at Vil­lanova rniver­sity. There will be time for ques­tions, so bring any you might have with you. This is a free event, no sign up re­quired. Spread the word to your friends. This pre­sen­ta­tion is rec­om­mended for stu­dents in grades 3-S, and of course, adults!

• Movie Night: Nov. 14 at 5:30 p.m. The li­brary will be show­ing 12 An­gry Men, a 1957 clas­sic di­rected by Sid­ney Lumet and star­ring Henry Fonda, about a dis­sent­ing ju­ror in a mur­der trial who slowly man­ages to con­vince the oth­ers that the case is not as ob­vi­ously clear as it seemed in court. The pro­gram will be held in the Com­mu­nity Room and in­cludes a short in­tro­duc­tion and a half hour dis­cus­sion af­ter­wards. The dis­cus­sion will be led by lo­cal UHVLGHQW DQG “fiOP EuII,” LLz ZLHWz. 7KLV LV D IUHH SURJUDP, spon­sored by the Friends of the Li­brary. Sign up via our in­ter­ac­tive cal­en­dar so we will know how many chairs we need.

• Makin’ Mu­sic: Nov. 16 at 11:45 a.m. Ba­bies, tod­dlers and preschool­ers will en­joy this spe­cial time of singing, play­ing with shaker eggs, and move­ment with staff from Makin’ Mu­sic. Please reg­is­ter for this free event at www.jeanes­li­ or call S10-828-0441.

• Hunger Games Trivia: Nov. 16 at 3 p.m. Teens in grades S-12 are in­vited to come to the li­brary and test their Hunger Games knowl­edge. nues­tions will be taken from the Catch­ing Fire Book only and given in a game show for­mat.

• Bed­time Sto­ry­time: Nov. 18 at S:30 p.m.Mrs. Lori TomFzDN, NLQGHUJDUWHQ WHDFKHU from St. Philip Neri School, will bring some fa­vorite sto­ries to share for this bed­time sto­ry­time. No need to sign up. Chil­dren are wel­come to come in pa­ja­mas and bring a blan­ket or toy to cud­dle. This sto­ry­time is rec­om­mended for chil­dren 2 ½ - 7 years old.

• Af­ter­noon Book Club: Nov. 20 at 3:30 p.m. Email or call to be­come a mem­ber of the geanes Li­brary Book Club. Please make a reser­va­tion. The book for Oc­to­ber is The Chap­er­one by Laura Mo­ri­arty. The li­brary will be re­serv­ing a num­ber of copies for Book Club mem­bers. Con­tact the Check­Out desk to ob­tain a copy. The af­ter­noon and evening book clubs will be read­ing the same book each month so you will have two pos­si­ble times to join us for a dis­cus­sion!

• Evening Book Club: Nov. 21 at S:30 p.m. Email or call to be­come a mem­ber of the geanes Li­brary Book Club. Please make a reser­va­tion. The book for Oc­to­ber is The Chap­er­one by Laura Mo­ri­arty. The li­brary will be re­serv­ing a num­ber of copies for Book Club mem­bers. Con­tact the Check-Out desk to ob­tain a copy. The af­ter­noon and evening book clubs will be read­ing the same book each month so you will have two pos­si­ble times to join us for a dis­cus­sion!

• Lego Free Play: Nov. 23 at 10 a.m. Kids of all ages are wel­come to come to play with our UHJuODU VLzHG LHJRV. 1R VLJQ up is nec­es­sary. Come and use your imag­i­na­tion!

• Read! Build! Play! Sto­ry­time: Nov. 23 at 10:30 a.m. Chil­dren about 3-5 are en­cour­aged to join Miss Beth for a spe­cial Lego sto­ry­time. The theme is “Things that Go.” We’ll be read­ing at least one story and build­ing with Du­plo blocks. Please sign up.

• Af­ford­able Care Act Pre­sen­ta­tion: Nov. 25 Do you have ques­tions about the Af­ford­able Care Act? Do you need to know more about the law and how it will im­pact you, your fam­ily or your busi­ness? Dr. Val Arkoosh, a recRJQLzHG OHDGHU RQ KHDOWK UHIRUP and for­mer Pres­i­dent of the Na­tional Physi­cians Al­liance, will be avail­able to an­swer your ques­tions.

Con­shohocken Free


The Con­shohocken Free Li­brary, 301 Fayette St. For more in­for­ma­tion or to reg­is­ter for pro­grams call S10-825-1S5S. The li­brary will present the fol­low­ing pro­grams:

• Preschool Story Time & Para­chute Play: Thurs­days un­til Dec. 12 at 10:30 a.m. goin Miss Lor­raine for sto­ries, songs, para­chute ac­tiv­i­ties and more for chil­dren ages 2-5. Call S10-825-1S5S for more in­for­ma­tion.

• Book Sale: First Satur­day of ev­ery month from 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. Spon­sored by the Friends of the Con­shohocken Li­brary, hun­dreds of books will be for sale!

• Ba­bies at the Li­brary: Nov. 12 at 10 a.m. In­fants and tod­dlers from birth through age 2, join Miss Lor­raine for sto­ries, songs and more. Space is lim­ited, so please call S10-825-1S5S to reg­is­ter on Mon­day af­ter noon.

• In­fant & Tod­dler Story Time: Nov. 19 at 10 a.m. Sto­ries, songs and fun for in­fants up to two years old. Story time is lim­ited to 1S chil­dren, so please call S10825-1S5S to re­serve your child’s spot in ad­vance on Mon­day af­ter 12 p.m.

• Medi­care Coun­sel­ing: Nov. 19. Do you have ques­tions about your Medi­care’s Open En­roll­ment? You can re­serve a spot for a one-onone ap­point­ment with an Ap­prise Medi­care Coun­selor. The next avail­able ap­point­ments are in the af­ter­noon. Call ES10) 825-1S5S to re­serve your per­sonal ap­point­ment time.

Lower Prov­i­dence Com­mu­nity Li­brary

Lower Prov­i­dence Com­mu­nity Li­brary, 50 Park­lane Drive, Ea­gleville ES10-SSS-SS40), presents the fol­low­ing pro­grams:

• World’s Largest Writ­ing Chal­lenge and NonSrR­fiW LLWHrDry &ruVDGH: Novem­ber is Na­tional Novel Writ­ing Month, or NaNoWriMo. Par­tic­i­pants in this chal­lenge pledge to write 50,000 words in a month, start­ing from scratch and reach­ing “The End” by Nov. 30. Bring your own lap­top, word pro­ces­sor, iPad, notepad, or what­ever you use to write. There are a lim­ited num­ber of lap­tops avail­able at the li­brary for check­out. For more in­for­ma­tion on Na­tional Novel Writ­ing Month, or to speak to NaNoWriMo par­tic­i­pants in your area, visit or con­tact press@nanowrimo. org. This pro­gram is free and open to the pub­lic. Reg­is­tra­tion is re­quested. To reg­is­ter HPDLO PPRzL@PFOLQF.RUJ, call S10-SSS-SS40 ext 0, or stop by the li­brary. Meet­ings will be held on the fol­low­ing dates: Nov. 12, 14, 19, 21 and 26 and Dec. 5

• FLnDnFLDO 3ODn­nLnJ EGu­ca­tion Workshop: Dec. 4 at S:30 p.m. This pro­gram will be pre­sented by Bruce Sham, CLF, a spe­cial care plan­ner from First Fi­nan­cial Group. Reg­is­tra­tion is re­quested. Please email PPRzL@PFOLQF.RUJ, FDOO S10-SSS-SS40, ext. 0 or stop by the li­brary cir­cu­la­tion desk.

Meet­ings & Lec­tures

The Na­tional As­so­ci­a­tion of Ac­itve and Re­tired Fed­eral Em­ploy­ees Chap­ter #372 will hold its monthly lun­cheon meet­ing Nov. 6 at 1 p.m. at Ray’s Diner, 14 E. Ger­man­town Pike, East Nor­ri­ton. For more in­for­ma­tion, please call S10-382-2752.

The Blue Bell Toast­mas­ters will be host­ing a meet­ing Nov. 12 from S:45-9 p.m. at Gwynedd Es­tatesACTS, 301 Nor­ris­town Rd., Am­bler. Philip Hodg­son, Dis­trict 38 open house co­or­di­na­tor, will be pre­sent­ing a hu­mor­ous speech on “Learnign to Fly.” Ad­di­tion­ally, this pub­lic speak­ing club hosts meet­ings ev­ery sec­ond and fourth Tues­day of the month and you many visit when­ever you like. There is a nom­i­nal fee of $5 to atWHQG HDFK PHHWLQJ. 7R fiQG out more about Toast­mas­ters Blue Bell CLub, please visit

“Learn­ing Dis­abil­i­ties: The Homeo­pathic Ap­proach” will be pre­sented by the Homeo­pathic Study Group of Cen­tral Mont­gomery County and Bernardo Mer­izalde, M.D. Nov. 14 from 7-8:30 p.m. This event will be held at the Ply­mouth Meet­ing Friends School, Ger­man­town & But­ler Pikes, Ply­mouth Meet­ing. For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact Bar­bara Dively, co­or­di­na­tor at 215-S99-3391 or

LeTip Of Blue Bell holds weekly meet­ings ev­ery Thurs­day at 7 a.m. at Man­u­fac­tur­ers’ Coun­try Club in Dresher. LeTip of Blue Bell is an ac­tive and suc­cess­ful busi­ness net­work­ing group founded un­der the prin­ci­ples of LeTip In­ter­na­tional Inc. LeTip of Blue Bell’s mis­sion is to pro­vide mean­ing­ful and suc­cess­ful busi­ness leads. LeTip of Blue Bell mem­bers pride our­selves on hold­ing all of our mem­bers to ex­act­ing stan­dards of com­pe­tence and ser­vice. nu­ite sim­ply, we are the best of the best. Our mem­bers, all of whom are ac­com­plished and re­spected in their given ar­eas

of busi­ness, work to­gether to build each oth­ers busi­nesses and in­crease the bot­tom line. Mem­bers in­tro­duce one another to new clients and cusWRPeUV wKR neeG D VSeFL­fiF ser­vice and are ex­pect­ing a call from a LeTip mem­ber who can pro­vide that ser­vice. This chap­ter serves as your sales force, bring­ing new busi­ness to you! No more cold call­ing, just warm leads. To learn more, visit www.letip­blue­

The Montco Se­nior Con­cert Choir meets ev­ery Wed­nes­day at 9:30 a.m. at the rnited Church of Christ, West Mar­shall and Noble streets, Nor­ris­town. Any­one in­ter­ested in sign­ing and bring­ing the joy of mu­sic to oth­ers is wel­come. You must be 55 years or older. If in­ter­ested, call gohn Ben­der at S10-279-1579.

The Wentz’s United Church of Christ Com­pan­ions group, a se­nior group, PHHWV WKH fiUVW 7KuUVGDy of ev­ery month at noon for lunch and com­pan­ion­ship. Please con­tact the church for de­tails at S10-584-4855.

Spe­cial Events

The Mont­gomery County Se­nior Slow Pitch Soft­ball League has open­ings for the 2014 sea­son. Age S0 or older wel­come. Our league has open­ings for the 2014 sea­son. Don’t worry about skill, come have fun. Sea­son starts April with games ev­ery Tues­day, Wed­nes­day and Thurs­day morn­ings till Oc­to­ber . Dues are $105 , which in­cludes a shirt with your name on it and sev­eral so­cial func­tions. Games are in the North Penn Area and the friend­ships are worth the trip. Ev­ery­one plays. Reg­is­tra­tion is now open thru gan­uary 31th. Call gohn Frantz @ 215 855 4812 or see our web site­

Mont­gomery County Com­mu­nity Col­lege will present free com­mu­nity nights in its state-of-the-art Ob­ser­va­tory and Ob­ser­va­tion Deck Nov. 11 from 7 to 9 p.m., Feb. 3, 2014, from 7 to 9 p.m., March 17, 2014, from 8 to 10 p.m., and April 7, 2104, from 8 to 10 p.m. The Ob­ser­va­tory is lo­cated Rn WKe WKLUG flRRU RI WKe FROlege’s Ad­vanced Tech­nol­ogy Center, Cen­tral Cam­pus, 1313 Mor­ris Road, Blue Bell. Call the ob­ser­va­tory hot­line, 215-S41-S4S0, an hour be­fore each event for in­for­ma­tion about can­ce­la­tion due to weather con­di­tions. Com­mu­nity nights are free of charge and are open to the pub­lic, and as­tron­omy clubs and scout troops are wel­come. Stu­dents from the col­lege’s in­tro­duc­tion to as­tron­omy course vol­un­teer dur­ing the event to share their knowl­edge and as­sist visi­tors with us­ing the tele­scope and view­ing equip­ment.

The Writ­ers’ Club of Mont­gomery County Com­mu­nity Col­lege will hold a cof­fee­house Thurs­day, Nov. 14, from 7-10 p.m. at the Barnes & Noble Cam­pus Store, 340 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell. Writ­ers and per­form­ers of all ex­pe­ri­ence lev­els are en­cour­aged WR EULnJ WKeLU SReWUy, fiFWLRn and songs. The event is free and is open to the com­mu­nity. For in­for­ma­tion, call the Cam­pus Store at 215-S41SS00.

The Am­bler Sym­phony OMont­gomery County Com­mu­nity Col­lege’s Drama Club and The­atre Arts Pro­gram presents ro­man­tic com­edy ‘Pre­lude to a Kiss’ Nov. 21 and 23 8 p.m., Nov. 22-24 p.m. All per­for­mances will be held in MCCC’S Black­box The­atre, Sci­ence Center 107 - Lower Level, 340 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell. Tick­ets are $10 gen­eral ad- mis­sion and $5 for stu­dents and se­niors. To pur­chase tick­ets, please visit www. mc3.eduLlivel­yarts or call 215-S41-S518.

The Har­lem Wizards will take the court at Wis­sahickon High School for a night of tricks, hoops and al­ley-oops Dec. 6 S:30 the Stony Creek Ele­men­tary PTO, the Wizards will square off against the Wis­sahickon All-Stars, a team in­clud­ing fun-lov­ing fac­ulty mem­bers from each of the Wis­sahickon schools. ReIUeVKPenWV, UDIfleV DnG HDUlem Wizards mer­chan­dise will be avail­able, as well as a spe­cial half­time show and a free au­to­graph ses­sion at the end of the game. Gen­eral ad­mis­sion tick­ets will be on sale in early Novem­ber and will be $10 in ad­vance, $15 at the door. For more in­for­ma­tion con­tact the Stony Creek PTO at stony­creekp­to­

Mont­gomery County Com­mu­nity Col­lege will host “Amer­ica’s Mu­sic” fiOP DnG OHFWuUH VHULHV ZLWK re­lated con­certs through Dec. 7. At MCCC’s Cen­tral Cam­pus, Sci­ence Center The­ater, 340 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell. With in­ter­ac­tive simulFDVWV WR 6RuWK HDOO, 5RRP 21S, West Cam­pus, 101 Col­lege Drive, Pottstown. Sched­ule of events fol­lows:

• Swing Jazz: Dec. 7 from 1 to 3 p.m. Films: “In­ter­na­tional Sweet­hearts of Rhythm” and “Ken Burns’ gazz,” Episode S: “Sing, the Ve­loc­ity of Celebration.” Fol­lowed by free Swing Fever Dance Band con­cert in Blue Bell only at 3 p.m.

Nor­ris­town Gar­den Club will present its 64th an­nual Hol­i­day House Tour Dec. 13 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the Blue Bell, Spring HRuVe DnG GwyneGG DUeDV. The tour raises money for schol­ar­ships and other com­mu­nity projects. Tick­ets are $25 per per­son and are now avail­able by send­ing a check made out to Nor­ris­town Gar­den Club with a SSA en­ve­lope to P.O. Box 742, Spring HRuVe 19477. FRU LnIRUPD­tion about pur­chas­ing tick­ets online, which in­cludes a han­dling fee, please see www.nor­ris­town­gar­den­club. org. For in­for­ma­tion, call S10-279-0555.

Mead­owood Se­nior Liv­ing will hold “The Long­est Night,” a ser­vice of re­mem­brance, grief and com­fort, Dec. 19 at 19 in the au­di­to­rium of Mead­owood Se­nior Liv­ing, 3205 Skip­pack Pike, Worces­ter. This ser­vice is for any­one who has ex­pe­ri­enced loss or dif­fiFuOWy — WKe GeDWK RI D ORYeG one, di­vorce, ill­ness, loss of job — DnG LV ORRNLnJ IRU FRPIRUW or heal­ing. This free pro­gram pro­vides an op­por­tu­nity for pro­cess­ing grief through poetry, UeDGLnJV, PuVLF DnG Ue­fleFWLRn. There will be a time of re­fresh­ments as well as the op­por­tu­nity for emo­tional and spir­i­tual sup­port.

The Mont­gomery County Saint Pa­trick’s Pa­rade Com­mit­tee is pre­par­ing for their an­nual pa­rade by ac­cept­ing nom­i­na­tions for the Grand Mar­shal un­til Dec. 13, 2013. An­nounce­ment of the Grand Mar­chal will take place on March 21st and the Grand Mar­shal’s Ball will be held on March 8. To be nom­i­nated, you must live in Mont­gomery County, be of Ir­ish blood by birth or de­scent and must have con­trib­uted to the Ir­ish Com­mu­nity, or the Com­mu­nity it­self. All nom­i­na­tions can be mailed to the Saint Pa­trick’s Pa­rade Com­mit­tee, At­ten­tion Grand Mar­shal, 342 gef­fer­son Street, Swedes­burg, Pa. 19405. The pa­rade it­self will be held March 15 with a 2 p.m. start at 11th and Fayette Streets in Con­shohocken. The theme of this year’s pa­rade will be “Ire­land, the Land of Le­gends.”

Nor­ris­town SAAC

The Se­nior Adult Ac­tiv­i­ties Center of Mont­gomery County, lo­cated at 536 Ge­orge St., Nor­ris­town, of­fers the fol­low­ing pro­grams. For more in­for­ma­tion, call S10-275-19S0.

• Adult day ser­vices are avail­able, with a full day of ac­tiv­i­ties, lunch and snacks pro­vided. The ser­vices are an al­ter­na­tive to nurs­ing home care and a way to pro­vide rest to care­givers. For more in­for­ma­tion, call Larry Reed at S10-275-19S0.

• Vol­un­teer driv­ers are needed for the Meals on Wheels pro­gram. Vol­un­teers can help once a week or once a month. For more in­for­ma­tion, call Larry Reed at S10-275-19S0.

• SAAC’s Fifth Av­enue Bou­tique is open Mon­day through Fri­day, 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

MONTCO SAAC of­fers the fol­low­ing classes and events:

• Sil­ver Sneak­ers with Lau­rie: Ev­ery Mon­day and Wed­nes­day at 1 p.m.

• Dance class: Ev­ery Mon­day at 10:30 a.m.

• Yoga with Lau­rie: Ev­ery Tues­day at 10:30 a.m.

• Line Danc­ing: Ev­ery Thurs­day at 10:30 a.m.

• Zumba: Ev­ery Fri­day at 10:30 a.m.


John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove will host Bird­tiques: Not Just for the Birds through Feb. 21. This show fea­tures the work of Ali­son Auth, a free­lance artist and de­signer from Rich­mond, Vir­ginia. The open­ing runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. free of charge. There will also be a meet and greet with Auth from 10 a.m. to noon for any­one in­ter­ested in hear­ing her build­ing process and a de- scrip­tion of her art­work. Auth be­gan mak­ing “Bird­tiques” as an ex­pres­sion of her love for birds, houses and ar­chi­tec­tural sal­vage. Com­bin­ing sal­vaged wood and ar­chi­tec­tural cast offs and bits of tin turned into flRweUV RU fly­LnJ LnVeFWV, eDFK Bird­tique is one-of-a-kind. Please call ggAC at S10-SSS5593 ext. 101 for de­tails. Guests may view the show dur­ing reg­u­lar mu­seum hours. Ex­hi­bi­tion is free with reg­u­lar mu­seum ad­mis­sion.


Blue Bell School of Dance, 921 Pen­l­lyn-Blue Bell Pike, Blue Bell, hosts Ar­gen­tine Tango Classes and a Mi­longa dance party ev­ery Fri­day evening. Lessons start at 8:30 p.m. fol­lowed by danc­ing at 9:30 p.m. An­drew Conway, mas­ter Ar­gen­tine Tango dancer, in­struc­tor and per­former and his part­ner Linda Chase will in­struct. All lev­els wel­come and no part­ner is needed. Re­fresh­ments will be served. Fee is $12 per per­son and in­cludes les­son and danc­ing. In­for­ma­tion: 215S34-1101 or www.amore­tango. com.

The Col­lege Fi­nan­cial Aid Game is be­ing fea­tured by The Whitemarch Busi­ness As­so­ci­a­tion Nov. 12 at 7 p.m. This sem­i­nar will help par­ents of col­lege bound high school stu­dents un­der­stand the com­plex and time con­sum­ing process of WKe finDnFLDO DLG VyVWeP. 0Lchael Gross­man, au­thor of “The Col­lege Fi­nan­cial Aid Maze” will be the pre­sen­ter for this event. The sem­i­nar will be held at The Church of St. gude and the Na­tiv­ity, 203 Ger­man­town Pike, LaIDyeWWe HLOO. /LJKW UeIUeVK­ments and an op­por­tu­nity to qual­ify for a Whitemarch Busi­ness As­so­ci­a­tion $250 book schol­ar­ship are pro­vided by the WBA. Please RSVP at 484-3S2-7414 or

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